Disco Biscuits Live at Starland Ballroom on 2006-02-23
- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
2. Voices Insane
3. Confrontation >
4. Crickets >
6. Kitchen Mitts
7. Mr. Don
Set II (Disc 2)
2. 7-11 >
3. Dub Sister Judy's >
4. 7-11 >
5. Liquid Handcuffs
1. House Dog Party Favor
2. Encore Break
3. I Remember When (Encore)
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|Dub Sister Judy's >|
|House Dog Party Favor|
|I Remember When (Encore)|
PLAN C APPROVED
Reviewed by Dave Cooke and Weeble94
- 2006-03-06 20:22:59
- Sayreville, NJ
- Taped by
- George Ewing (email@example.com)
- Starland Ballroom
Subject: Set II
Peace and Much Groove.
Subject: i remeber when...
Subject: Mr. Don
great recording, gedit is the man.
Subject: Holy HDPF
One would be the 7-11 > Liquid Handcuffs, which shows the Biscuits potential to jam out Conspirator songs. Definitely a high point. Even though Jon gets a little off tempo near the end, its still a nice piece.
The main part of the show that got me was the House Dog. The first jam is fairly standard. The second one though is the most exploratory House Dog jam Ive heard in years. Each member plays there own thing, without ever sounding cluttered. They dive deep into where a House Dog should take you, and before it risks going stale, they bring it back home.
Even if the rest of the show doesnt look good, download the House Dog, its the main selling point of this show
Subject: Hmmm, just not my taste in bisco.
Subject: great 2nd night of a good 4 night run
my friend called the voices opener, and i was hoping for 7-11 or 42 throughout the night. great solid opener and this recording really does justice to the show. the echo on barber's voice for voices was great to hear again. the confron > crickets > tation was huge!!! the > crickets part of it had some great jams, and brownie was dropping bass bombs up the wazoo..kitchen mitts was an average version, i'd prefer amsterjam's or jam on the river's versions. mr don was a great tight version with some funkiness.
2nd set - the helicopters was way short (relatively) -6 1/2 minutes..but the rest of the 2nd set was close to nonstop madness. with the opening chords of 7-11 i started pumping my fist and yelling at my nearby friends. the jam stuck into a dub reggae groove and barber started playing this funky semi-recognizable riff...then, when brownie stepped up the mike and started singing, the place exploded. great version, i love the dubbed out version. judy's then came back into 7-11, which started to fade into a calm techno groove before magner brought the band into liquid handcuffs. great version... the house dog party favor, is, by far, the most nutty moment of the night.the first jam was pretty raging, but the second jam was pure evil clown music. when they slammed back into the final chorus, everyone was faced by bisco...I remember when was a great upbeat song to close out the evening (the next night would turn out to be so much darker and dirtier)
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